Christopher Titmuss Dharma Blog

A Buddhist Perspective

This content shows Simple View

The Buddha

Join our Buddha Study Guide to Reflect on a Discourse. Two 60-minute Zoom sessions. Saturday 20 August 2022.

Do join our sessions once a month to study, reflect and meditate upon one of the specific and most-loved Discourses of the Buddha. The purpose with the study is simple – a real contribution to live with clarity and wisdom in daily life. Continue reading 



The Buddha on Kindness and Compassion for All Beings/All Creatures. With Quotes from the Buddha

The Buddha spoke in Pali. Sabbe Satta are two Pali words for All Beings/All Creatures. Continue reading 



Guru Purnima. Full Moon of July. A Day to Show Respect to One’s Spiritual Teacher(s). Stay Mindful of any Darkness, or even a grey area, in Guru Devotion

As the years pass by, I hear more frequently from the Sangha, the language of Guru-ji. It is said to me, as far as I can tell, as a term of endearment. It might be said to try to wind me up! Continue reading 



The Buddha and Rod Stewart. The Raft and Sailing to be Free

At first glance, you probably cannot imagine much connection between the Buddha and rock/pop singer, Rod Stewart. I have found one. Admittedly, it is a little tenuous.

The Buddha gave a classic discourse on The Simile of the Snake on grasping onto the teachings which end up causing harm and suffering, such use of the teachings for self-righteousness, putting down others and inflaming self-importance. Continue reading 



Bright Star. A Poem by John Keats (1795–1821). Plus line-by-line in Plain English.

The best of poems has the potential to offer us a depth of profound realisation with lasting insights. Continue reading 




Join our monthly e-Newsletter

Never miss an update

top

Join our monthly e-Newsletter

Never miss an update